Friday, August 24, 2012

Elektra Crema Cafe
modern but in sixties style machine, in Leura, NSW at the Wayzgoose cafe, back when. Formerly a printing
works and home of The Mountaineer newspaper, wayzgoose has a particular meaning
which is spelled out in the last image.

...tea ranks with abdug, a yoghurt drink, as Persia's [Iran's] principal beverages. The samovar is an essential item in every Persian household.  Tea is taken in small, slender glasses and served with lumps of sugar.
To drink it in the Persian way one must hold the lump of sugar between the teeth and sip the tea through it. 
The sugar can be conventional cube sugar or small 'cushions' of clear white toffee....

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